Critical thinking

Answer the questions below: (attached)  1.How can word choice convey bias? 2. How is the term viewpoints defined? 3. Why is the term viewpoint far more than a synonym for the word opinion? 4. Explain the…Continue reading

Critical thinking

Answer the questions below: (attached)  1.What are fallacies? 2.Some fallacies manipulate through emotion, others through distraction.  How does Poisoning the Well differ from Personal Attack? 3.Explain Red Herring, Pointing to…Continue reading

Critical thinking

Answer the questions below: (attached) 1.What makes an argument good? 2.Do Discovery Exercise on pages 225-226. 3.How can critical thinking be applied to an argument? 4.Why is it important to…Continue reading

Critical thinking

Question 1:  Study this cartoon (attached).  What is your interpretation of this cartoon?  What is the argument represented?  Question 2:  What type of fallacy do you think is shown in…Continue reading

Critical thinking

Question 1:  Study this article, then post a 200-word entry in two parts: 1) Write about one thing you learned in this article and 2) Describe a specific personal example of…Continue reading

Critical thinking

The increasing multicultural and global environments where you live, go to school, and work creates communication challenges which need to be understood. How you describe yourself and the groups that…Continue reading

Critical thinking

The increasing multicultural and global environments where you live, go to school, and work creates communication challenges which need to be understood. How you describe yourself and the groups that…Continue reading